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Holiday Dessert: Burma Baklava

Release Date: 12-11-2010
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Eid came, plans were made. This holiday, my only wish is to get some rest.

Actually, I miss the holidays of my childhood, when my grandfather and grandmother were alive. I ran to them and kissed their hands, which is what my grandmother did. kadayif sweetThe times when I fell into the sweetest sleep in his lap after I ate his food.

Now they're gone, it's as if they took my childhood holidays with them.

practical baklava

Anyway, I feel like I got emotional like every holiday :) For the rest of my article, let's eat dessert and talk sweetly. this recipe practical home baklava As in the recipe, dear Seda's baklava master belongs to her mother. If you want to experience something from the old holidays in your home this holiday, I recommend you to try it.

Happy holidays and lots of love to everyone...

Holiday Dessert: Ingredients for Burma Baklava Recipe

  • Half a kilo of flour (sifted)
  • 3 pieces of eggs
  • 1 tea glass of milk
  • 1 teaspoons of oil
  • A pinch of salt
  • 3 tablespoons of yogurt

To open the dough:

  • Starch (wheat starch)

For inside:

  • 500 g crushed walnuts

For the above:

  • 1 cup of oil or 1 cup of butter

For the syrup:

  • 5 cup powdered sugar
  • 4 water glass of water
  • juice of half a lemon

Holiday Dessert: How to Make Burma Baklava Recipe?

  1. Take the sugar and water into the stove and when the sugar melts completely and the water starts to thicken, add the lemon juice. After boiling for another 4-5 minutes, remove from the stove and leave to cool.
  2. Take the flour and all the remaining ingredients into the kneading bowl and knead until you get a dough like an earlobe.
  3. Approximately 25-30 meringues will come out of the dough you have prepared, roll these meringues in your hand and put them on the counter and cover them with a cloth. Let it rest like this for about half an hour.
  4. Sprinkle starch on the counter and roll out the meringues to the size of a tray with a rolling pin. Sprinkle crushed walnuts on the dough and roll it into a rolling pin.
  5. Shrink the rolled dough from both sides of the rolling pin towards the middle. Gently remove from rolling pin without tearing or opening. Arrange on the greased tray starting from the middle. Do the same process for all phyllo sheets one by one.
  6. Drizzle the oil over the baklava. Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees until golden brown. As soon as you take it out of the oven, pour the cold syrup on it. Serve when the syrup is done.
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  • On February 23, 2013 at 18:20

    when you say a pinch of salt, is it not 1 handful but 1 dessert spoon or more? I will try it for the first time and thank you very much, everything is very good :D

  • On December 03, 2010 at 19:03

    Sir, I did it, it was great, the kids loved it, they want it again :)

  • On November 13, 2010 at 19:13 PM

    In the section written for the inside, it says 1 water br oil, but where it is used is not written. I thought on it, but it also says oil there. I wonder if it was written by mistake?

    • On November 14, 2010 at 18:04 PM

      Mrs. Simge, hello, there was a mistake there. I made the necessary correction, thank you very much for your warning. Happy holidays :)


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